Andy Huntington has been playing with interaction, music and sound for the last seven years. Having trained as a musician he became interested in using digital technology to make music. He then became interested in using digital technology to help other people make music. Whilst working with studios like romandson he worked on a number of interactive sound pieces and subsequently worked with the interaction department at Fabrica (Benetton's Communication Research Centre) creating performance software, soundtoys, and a four-month interactive exhibition DARE at AMMI (New York). By studying at the Royal College of Art's Interaction Design department he moved from screen and speaker based work to explore physical interfaces and interactions. Throughout all his work there is an emphasis on creating simple, immediate and playful experiences.